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Index: V

-V command-line option : 6.2.1. Load Path
value types, Perl : 20.3. Perl Value Types
hints for checking : 20.7. A Peek into the Future
variables
1.6. A View of the Internals
20.2.1. Perl Objects
eval function and : 5.1. The String Form: Expression Evaluation
friendly names for : 3.2.2.3. Friendly predefined variables with aliases
global : 3.1. Perl Variables, Symbol Table, and Scoping
Hungarian notation : 1.2.4. Dereferencing Multiple Levels of Indirection
lexical
3.1.1. Lexical Variables
6.1.1. Packages and Variables
local
3.2.3. Aliasing Problem: Variable Suicide
4.3.1. Closures, Behind the Scenes
20.3.5.2. How local and my work
localizing (making private)
1.2.3. References to Anonymous Storage
6.4. Privacy
magic : 20.3.6. Magic Variables
modules/packages and : 6.1. Basic Package
monitoring (example) : 9.5. Example: Monitoring Variables
my variables : 20.3.5.2. How local and my work
read-only : 3.3.2. Constants
references/pointers : (see references)
static allocation : 1.1. Referring to Existing Variables
varable suicide
3. Typeglobs and Symbol Tables
3.2.3. Aliasing Problem: Variable Suicide
VERSION function : 7.3. UNIVERSAL
virtual tables : 20.3.6. Magic Variables
visit function
17.3.2. Intermediate Perl Code
17.4.1. AST Module
Visual Basic : Why Perl?


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